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Lenovo announces new Flex multimode laptops and a 20 inch AIO

Submitted by on September 5, 2013 – 3:06 pm

Lenovo Flex 14 15 Laptop

Among the many things that Lenovo introduced at the IFA 2013 in Berlin, the new series of Flex laptops and a 20inch AIO caught most people’s attention.

The new Flex laptops include the Flex 14 and Flex 15 with 14.1 and 15.6inch displays respectively. As the name suggests, this new series are flexible and flip 300 degrees so that the users can use it any way possible and comfortable for them. The Flex comes with Dolby Digital Audio and HDMI out connection letting users enjoy their content on other devices too.

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The dual mode makes the Flex quite useful and its new fashionable soft-touch black cover trimmed with Orange and Silver give it all the eye-candy it needs. The Flex comes in HD and Full HD resolution touch-screens and with Window 8, things get a lot creative.

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Lenovo Flex 20

Along with the Flex laptops, Lenovo also introduced a Flex 20 AIO with a huge 20inch display that surprisingly seems small courtesy of a borderless design. The Flex 20 is powered by Intel Fourth generation i7 processors and comes with 1600×900 HD resolution. The AIO’s design makes it functional in both the modes – table mode and flat mode.

There are no details about the pricing and release dates yet.

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